Favorite Flicks

InspTurbinesInspTurbines Member Posts: 706
edited September 2016 in Off Topic Discussion
I'm curious to see what are some of your faves are.

Mine are (and in no particular order):
Shawshank Redemption
Pulp Fiction
The Good, Bad and the Ugly
Caddyshack (of course)
Lawrence of Arabia


  • InspTurbinesInspTurbines Member Posts: 706
    Those are some good ones! Yeah, I could've gone on for awhile as Well, I tried to limit it to those when ever they're on tv no matter where it is at in the movie, I'll watch! Another great one is Das Boot! I don't know how submariners do it!
  • rgerkmanrgerkman Member Posts: 2,465
    edited September 2016
    "You got knocked the fluck out!!" :joy:

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    There Are No Such Things As Stupid Questions.!!
    There Are However.. Plenty of Stupid Answers!!

  • InspTurbinesInspTurbines Member Posts: 706
    @SlickRick, @rgErdman, an @MrSorow, I use to have a lot of those on VHS! All great choices!
  • InspTurbinesInspTurbines Member Posts: 706
    A quirky one, and only at the theater at the midnight showing: Rocky Horror Picture Show!
  • JenngJenng Member Posts: 3,394
    A few in order :tongue:
    Just Friends
    My Best Friends Girl
  • JenngJenng Member Posts: 3,394
    Apocalypto!!!! I love that movie
  • MadPuppyMadPuppy Member Posts: 2,831
    Star Trek: First Contact
    Dawn of the Dead (2004)
    50 First Dates
    The Truman Show
    A few good men
    Toy Story (all)
    Ice age (but only the parts with Scrat)
  • InspTurbinesInspTurbines Member Posts: 706
    @MadPuppy, "You can't handle the truth!"; I really like A Few Good Men!
  • MadPuppyMadPuppy Member Posts: 2,831
    No way of knowing how many times I've seriously thought or even spoken those words inspired by this movie. :)
  • SlickRickSlickRick Posts: 2,731
    I have neither the time nor the inclination to explain myself to a man who rises and sleeps under the blanket of the very freedom that I provide and then questions the manner in which I provide it.

    I would rather that you just said "thank you" and went on your way. Otherwise, I suggest you pick up a weapon and stand the post. Either way, I don't give a DAMN what you think you're entitled to!
    You better check yo self before you wreck yo self...cuz I'm bad for your health, I come real stealth
  • InspTurbinesInspTurbines Member Posts: 706
    Here we go:

  • SpacemanSpiffSpacemanSpiff Member Posts: 634
    Reservoir Dogs,
    Army of Darkness - (Bruce Campbell is the man!)
    The Life Aquatic
    The City of Lost Children - (but you need to be properly intoxicated [I don't mean alcohol] to fully appreciate this one :wink:

    ...and pretty much any Al Pacino film ever made
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  • LydiaLydia Member Posts: 167
    Withnail & I :smile:
    MrSorrow[Deleted User]
  • MadPuppyMadPuppy Member Posts: 2,831
    I just remembered one that I really do need to find again. Dang-it, that's gonna be near impossible.

    Who recocnizes this one.

  • InspTurbinesInspTurbines Member Posts: 706
    edited September 2016
    Down Periscope is one of the few things I liked Kelsey Grammer in!

    Withnail and I had to Google, might have to check it out.
  • mcbkhicksmcbkhicks Member Posts: 686
    yall said most of what i was so no need to repeat but ya missin some

    dazed & confused
    what dreams may come
    back to the future 1-3
    little rascals

    i can go on but mind is blank
  • mcbkhicksmcbkhicks Member Posts: 686
    edited September 2016
    alright @SpacemanSpiff since u brought out the intoxicated movie how bout fear & loathing in las vagas

    & duh
    mrs doughtfire & any movie robin williams played in
  • mcbkhicksmcbkhicks Member Posts: 686
    the naked gun movies they were funny as hell
  • MadPuppyMadPuppy Member Posts: 2,831
    Greatscott @mcbkhicks I forgot about those! It was as if they were getting erased from existence. They would have been in my list.
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